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Hospice is the critically acclaimed third studio album by American group The Antlers, and their first concept album. It was initially self-distributed by the band in March 2009, and was eventually remastered and re-released once they signed to Frenchkiss Records in August. Vocalist Peter Silberman wrote the album after over 2 years of social isolation in Brooklyn, New York.

The album tells an explicit story (in first and second person narrative) of a man meeting a depressed and… read more



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  • Avatar for JoeKelleh
    There are people who really think the vocals on this album are weak?
  • Avatar for poetrybylee
    It never fails to get me feeling crushed
  • Avatar for framis99
    Hmm, back when I was pretty new to indie I considered this album to be one of my favourites of all time, but over time it's lost some of its emotional power. It's still a fantastic album though.
  • Avatar for lokanas
    Excellent lyrics and arrangements, but weak vocals blunt some of the songs' emotional power [3] Hmm... I kinda feel his voice not being the strongest aids in the raw emotions of the songs.
  • Avatar for lsthisit
    god bless this album, it gets me every.fucking.time
  • Avatar for LeviHowearth
    look at the album art for jeromes dream - seeing means more than safety and tell me the antlers didnt rip it off lol
  • Avatar for QOQOQOQ
    OH. MY. GOD.
  • Avatar for Snooz
    Every time I'm about to start this album I have to agree with myself if I'm actually prepared for this.
  • Avatar for MoonlitTears
    i listened to this on repeat to cope with my friend's sudden death
  • Avatar for owl21
    Excellent lyrics and arrangements, but weak vocals blunt some of the songs' emotional power [2] He's definitely improved a lot in Burst Apart and specially Familiars. I like these last two the best but I can understand why people feel more connected to this album though.

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